A landlord's gas safety certificate (or CP12 certificate) is required by law if you own rental accommodation where a gas boiler or other gas appliances are present.
A gas safety check must be carried out every 12 months by a Gas Safe registered engineer, who will check each gas appliance in the property and any flue associated with that appliance. A certificate will then be supplied which you can share with your tenants to evidence the safety of the appliances in their home.
If any issues are identified I can provide a quote outlining the cost of repair or replacement of appliances.
Landlord boiler service
If you're a landlord required by law to have gas appliances checked, it makes sense to have the boiler serviced at the same time.
It's recommended that a boiler is serviced annually in order to make sure that it's running at peak efficiency, and this is also an opportunity to find and rectify any issues that might otherwise lead to costly repairs in the future.
As a Gas Safe registered boiler engineer with over 30 years' experience servicing boilers of all makes and models, I am qualified to carry out a gas boiler service and gas safety check in a single visit. This will provide you and your tenants with peace of mind about the safety of their appliances—whilst also ensuring the efficient running of their central heating system.
Homeowner gas safety check
I offer gas safety checks to all customers, not just landlords. If you have any doubts about the condition of your boiler or any other gas appliance, get in touch to arrange a visit and I'll carry out a thorough check of the appliance itself and any flue attached to it. Once tests have been completed I will be able to present you with a certificate along with any findings, and will recommend repairs and replacement where necessary.
In addition to gas boilers, appliances I am able to check include gas fires, gas stoves, gas hobs and gas ovens.